3 Valuable Insights Insurance Underwriters Gain from Aerial Imagery

Wind, hail, hurricanes, and other natural disasters can devastate homes and cause billions of dollars in damage. But long before a storm or other catastrophic event can take place, insurance underwriters need to identify the risks that could affect the homes they cover. To determine a home’s eligibility for coverage,Read More

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From Falling Trees to Frozen Pipes: 4 Big Wintertime Insurance Claims

While winter weather may not sound like a big deal to some, it can lead to costly – and even deadly – hazards around the house. In fact, winter weather is the third biggest reason for all property insurance claims from catastrophic events, behind events like tornadoes and hurricanes. TheRead More

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The Changing Face of Insurance Claims in the Aftermath of a Hurricane

This autumn, Hurricane Matthew devastated the Southeast United States as well as parts of the Caribbean, South America, and Canada. The tropical cyclone caused an untold number of injuries and deaths and resulted in billions of dollars in damage. The aftermath of any disaster can be difficult, including for homeownersRead More

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5 Common Flood Insurance Myths Mistaken for Fact

Most homeowners don’t think that flooding can affect their property – until it’s too late. In the past five years alone, all 50 states have experienced floods or flash floods. Some of those events have led to billions of dollars in damage. What’s worse: many of those who saw theRead More

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What’s Next for Baton Rouge After the 2016 Flood?

For some residents of Louisiana, the flooding in Baton Rouge must feel like déjà vu. In 2005, after Hurricane Katrina ripped through New Orleans and other parts of the South, many displaced residents flocked to Baton Rouge, a city that historically has had little, if any, flood damage. But theRead More

Residents of Baton Rouge piled up damaged belongings during cleanup efforts.

One Simple Trick to Boost Insurers’ CSAT Scores

Homeowners filing property insurance claims after catastrophic events want one thing: to get their lives back on track. Yet waiting for an insurance carrier to complete the claims process can prevent that from happening in a timely fashion. The longer it takes for an insurance company to assess damage forRead More

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‘What the Hail?’ Part 2: Repairing Hailstorm Damage

Last week we discussed the effects of hail in terms of property damage and insurance claims. Hailstorms can result in millions of dollars in damage to homes and commercial properties, and they are hazardous to vehicles left outside. While the costs associated with hailstorm damage are covered by most insuranceRead More

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‘What the Hail?’ Part 1: Evaluating Hail Season’s Damage

If you live in a colder climate, you probably have to scrape ice off your car windshield each winter. If you live in Colorado Springs, however, you may have spent the last week of July digging your car out of the ice, too. Clearly, winter wasn’t to blame for theRead More

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EagleView Technologies Names New CEO and President

(Bothell, Wash., May 31, 2016)—EagleView Technology Corporation (“EagleView”), a leading technology provider of aerial imagery, data analytics and GIS solutions, today announced that Bill Bunker has been named Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Chris Barrow effective June 8, 2016. Additionally, Rishi Daga, EVP of Commercial Sales, has been named President ofRead More

The EagleView App is New & Improved

We’re happy to introduce the new, improved and functional EagleView iOS mobile app (iPhone & iPad) available in the app store today! You spoke and we listened! Grabbing your EagleView report while on the go has never been more efficient. This app gives you: The ability to create an account,Read More